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THE GBCiT DEBATE. W bav just witcessed li greatest in tellectual cwatcst thai, has ever occurred a onh Carollev "TU candidate for ah efSce of Uoveraor bar been engaged far im iwrt wmT Ikirtyft taimMiO, wi'fciwrt hi intevmLtiiod. 14 BJOSt XU- mated discassiaa of U ibe jets of JWwDil ana fftate i cuucs iwtawi the twe great parte, mho represen tatives they arc. Commencing at II eYlork. A. II., Mr. Morehead spoke for v hoar. mhra, agreeably to arrange meat be gT' Mr Heary, ruli tor 2 boar aa4 10 jmnuie, (the Jtst baar a4 10 aunatee by lb courtesy Mr. Morehead fed bit friend, th agreement having been tbat each ahooIJ apeak bat las hours at .a lima.) -fir. Morebd ijoined for f boura aad 40 MianiM. Mr. Hcnrr 3 hour pw, and or. Morabead iaut; flawing tba skbaie at Si miauice past 9 clock at flight Mr. Morehead having occupied boar and 23 minute, and Mr. Henry boar and 10 minutes. TVre were kuadred of fwraoaa ff avat, Btiar of whom arer left the grouad 4o get a mouthful to rat during tb whole 44 ibis protracted period; many of wbora tlicd for boara together is one spot; and jaaoy of whom closed their atore and wprk-abopa, ao.thal there waa a pretty niiril iufpeat08 of buMaes. A num- of geailemea were bera from Bobe oa, Moore, Richmond, Uladsa and 8mp whose chief busmen in towa wu to witness this Arsf meting of .1 ! 1 1M-... file n nouiwnt M a glorious netting It has been for the Whigs! Never party had a mora bo fleet, a more gallant, a more able, or eio than John M. Morehrad! And nerer leader bad more unequivocal due tX New Yoik, !I d-a exehacfe tm ' Sew Ytwl t!u ereaufd at a prtjuuea, and thereby ad J to hit salary ol 1 3,509 a rear, the addiuoeal mi of I or J or 300 &Kv'.! So much for Mr. Henry a pal riotir regard, (oa paper,; tor tne puuie Mr. Ileary entered lata long eipla. mmiiitm mLitk uuousled to aa adioitokui oflh fjet, juaiifyinj it oa the ground Out La was eoliiled to food money (hard ooaey) far bia pay, ad aa well a we coUJ bear, tilling that aa Car as ha coeld leeollert be bad only maoe aooui j the operation! Sorb i the aaeanire of hia patriotUm Weighed against t30. the fublkr eredit, Ue credit of bia ova friendt, by bom Ke bad been Boat the rally rewarded, Ikla beam! la bia reply, aad iadeed througboat both hia long tpeechet , the harden of Mr. Ileary 'a aoag was, the glory of General iaekaea'a aert iecf, and a denonciauoa of BanLe, of all aortf, Slate aad National, lie logged in Gen. Jackaon on all ocra lion. Nerer did little Yaa btag oa to the Ceneral'a tail with a firmer grap than doea Mr. Ileary! lie had neter diflered nth :. Jacktoa VMM but one point. and that wit upon the Depotite Art (an met nnder whwa ioria tarouna fi-rr-ceired onward of fourteen bandred thou sand dollars.) He blamed the General lor that act Hut etery wwy anowa the General made a merit of nereaeity in that ease. He saw that an overwhelm inr majority of Congres would pa it in I. .. -ft!. ..i. . aad ta r rowa aJ5, be was of opinion t!.a the State ought te uaderttie eertaia grrai woiit oa b www hook, iih b a a f jnda alooe, ot awkiag the peeple'a aid at alL lreirif Mr. Ileary to know w hat be wa bow ia faror of, be procur ed froa bira the srovsl, mat though be bad giiacd aviiom by experience, aad wa aot ia faror of th fir million loan, r. K. an II ! fit or cf. and wovUl uad or fdl be, the reromaiendauoaa oi the ll-Iei; ConrecUoa W I'cc The pri!cl rreoameadatioa of tliat tuvtv. ithirh h thus adher to. wa lltat the Sute should borrow three million of dollars to ioreat ia works of Internal lm pioremetiC At a moroeat of greater lei iiiw. ar nronnM la look into thi matter. aad let our readers see what a magnificent ystem or gaaamtaf ceois air. airn ia now in favor of. alter all bia Uenuari. attoas of Whig madness on lb subject. . a . a. Mr. Henry m turn nemanaeu to a now of the Governor, whether he was not ia dohtoJ i. tha lianks. aa had been charged land aat denied; arguing tbat if be was. lions miglit be biassed by bia interest. Tha Governor'a reply carried contlrma iIa Ia kia Mttwiiict ami the pajir. lit did aef eu-e ai flank o doi!mr,9 far aa be iaew. Ha wa not a borrower from then. Hi only dealing with them, were to sell them hia bill of caching mhea h had aueh ia the eoorae of hi huttineaa. It waa noatible that OH Such draft, accepted by him, had been discon tinued br some bank, kui u it was, u waa vn.K (inv warm " manufaetoriet of and aarindlers:" ther were rotten political machines; lending their money to effect political ends; be himself had fallen among thieve" in baring any thing to do with them. Most effectually did Gov. Morehead 4 nra slvinma airailKit llie maker. He JUM UVirr auc u niviv i iui. e - . . j -i .i : :,k u-t.;-!. kal..,;.! iUr him mart tia (liil nnt know marks oi iqa fjmwwiu : .-. .- i - - - intnired bia auditory. He received the much about Banks; he had but little to ' ...i..: . t - f nmluw'j. ..Iik ili.m KmI Kir- tfrnru termed wsrm rongraiuiaiiuiw wm ,nvi. - j ( of hi frieud who accoinpa:ea nim to. to Htm It oe ttry ena . rc cw,y fci lodgiggn, at the tietory which their e these "Airce. reae. and rii-, I ...! ? -t I... tlisn tha maAirannm' lrm I (,r. aflir havinc bren a StOcLhold . But the Banks, Mr. Ikury aid. were! not done for hia Womajodauoo, but for fits IQI.51BJ", ai me iiiun; wmvi. .... Vj .... . i i Jyful face, sot les than the wo-begon U r$ for. after having been a stockhold. 1 l..:..t.. .1.l t;m ' .r. V...:.,. nrail a r)irr4nr and At 00 w s ib 00 vera, wit j'i.ii.iij nd in on v. w 4hal be hid gained. It was inJeed a vic tory: a victory not won without a strug gle, a powerful struggle, maintained wiili all the ardor, all the eIoiuenn, all the tact, all the urt, hit which hi adversary las gained 00 lUtla reputation. The col lision waa conducted with fairnea on fjoth aides, as well by the candidates as ah people; for wliich all partic dcere rreat credit. . . .. .1 -1 t 1 ! lijLt npl possible uiai we vuouiu girr toroey in od of these for many years, be goe right ofT in 1831, when (lie new Bank of the Sute was charteied, aud ub- scribe for some Unrty shares cfiu stock. iliai nf lit haArw of lha drafL He asked Mr. lXenrr, siace he bad an wered this question, to inform him. bow he had ibvtstcd the wealth of which be araa ihm rnulfil itAaaaagOr. Mf. II. re plied, that he bad com real estate, some negroes, some 12 or cts.uuu 01 uuio Ktata Stnrks.aonae Louiiiiiina Bank Stock, soma llaleigh and Caoton Rail Road Bond, guarantied by the State, aome Cape Fear and Bank of the State Stock, but the chief part oJ bit means waa loan ed out on bond in the counties of Frank lin. Warren. Cumberland, Sampson, &c. &e. The Governor thereupon closed the discussion vfith a most eloquent descrip tion of the effect of brsakiag down the Banks and retortinj to a hard money cur rea.'y, which seemed tube the result aim ed at by Mr. Henrv and bis party. They sense lorsome uuny anarei n iir V 1 .V o l . 1 .... and again consents W become a partner j have created the Banks, and the people fu , K-,.na th A i. had tone in debt for property purchased u, -r-:--mt Ki;h nrr. Strike down the Bank. ..rari-iT-'ni would .wallow uo all ana awinuicrs, ami w pnnip.iB - . profit of thi. "roguery." TThi. wa a th means of the debtor. A debtor would deserved rebuka for auch vilely fahe charge, against the Banks. We say vile- ur r4r acy thin more than the out- Jy false; for it. is an imputation upon those ines of the dubat. The Governor eom-j who are Director wf the. Bank, and aa tnenced by defending himself from the one, we repel the imputation. Whether various CHarges wuhh ww wwi.inwvi iiiwmi whmmw have to give 100 days labor to pay for a cow that be eouta nave pata lor in iu day when be bouchi her. . 100 bushels nf wheat mulil realize llis farmer no mnrt hard monev than 10 bushels under the paper money eyslem. It behooved een maae true ot himssll wnen ne was a uirecror, i "f ""; - against bio. as well by hia opponent as we know not, nor care not We hare He debtor poruon 01 ue ny A the pres.. The charge, of hi. having .erved in that capacity with an honorable look well to these ma ters. 5 J he would nroscribed public officer, for opinion', man or Mr. Henry', own party, ami w,Yf " Vuo ' iske. he wetfwllyand .auVactorily. So , willing that he should say whether he -uch men a Mr. 1 eary. , u . i,.l.-i: i. . .k... i;.:,.i roiir.! nart. all that be bad (and he had made it far from, prescribing any such persons, be J believe or know that political feeling fiad rt-tppojnud Denjocrais to office lever influenced tlio conduct of himself or wuerevsr h u4 tsuna .iaem. in oiuca. : jus associates. j The two Democrat to on Whig whom fas found in th Literary Board, he re appointed. Oue of theot declined te ac cept, because of hi. private business. The oilier did accept, and helJ the place till be w about la remove to Baltimore, nen ha rMiirnad. He filled the vacan cies wiih the most proper persons whom . a a a T J t J Tha Knrernor extorted from Mr. Hen ry tlie admission that he wa in favor of 9 - - - m. a ir the United States .Uank up to tne eio Message in July, 1832. He then asked him how he could be favorable to it if it had done all the mischief that he had at . i m . . imo on laoajld Ar inouiea to u in .o.u-, i -- - - . - . i .i.. nifint ta manv of his noor neighbors, (its wiia Uie most proper pensona iiom . gna nau osvtr reguiauru mc runvui -- -- . - h could find, (x-Govemor Dudley and done any other good thing! Mr. Henry mechanics. &c. , m. n .t vli-nt!nm .ka ruIJ aJ- ni;.,l ,t,,t b. Hid not know of these This is a hasty, a very imperfect out. Vis. with gnj Mefgllyin regard to th pg till after the veto. What! not. Hw. from memory, of Uie sayings or thw itie,o tbBaA NritaV had he know of the Bank', evil and corrupt con- most .alerting day. It , '-aZa ..1 ' , .kki i' .i ... k - r;, kr.h.a w.a Wat.! tween muliHtfht and moiung, under feel- . . . r. i tri...i. r i - i 1 mirs of the strongest elation, it is true, at O a ' . . . all by the strong arm, the stout heart, and what htuo intellect I'rovmcnce nau mess ed him with) wa. inverted in the indus trial pursuits wiihin the good old Slate of North Carolina. He neither sent it out of the State for investment, not loaned it on interest. He had invested it in roan iifjturinf. mechanical, and farmiaz ooe- rations, by which he afforded employ - t.i the triumph of our causo and its able ad vocate; but a. tar as it goes, w nave en . . ... ne internal unpreveraeni iMjaru no niu ea ai in own uoon cw ee-appointcd him als. He had been bit- thing of them. Well, you surely knew, tenv assaiJ ey r. lirnrjr nu asKeu me uovrrnor, mi i w ;o...s , - - - ... . - ,v ., . I . . . . ,. i i i. I ri.iinr.i4 tn nut. ii fair. Y n imMr rcTel ty organs ror proscribing lor opinion s down the worm Carolina ioch ianis - 2kea Democrat from U.5 little office rf. jn 1827-28. you say in ymn9tJiZ peror Uic public buildiqg at llaleigh. y., he did know tliat How. then,!fU. I" our nevt we w.ll nouce tlie To T..I-.-j : .v:- .t,.... ii,.i i j.4 .1.. n ,.,,. m M. r-,iftP, iffnoruon of the debate, &c. the recharter of the Bank which wa car. rying ruin in iu course through the State! This was a pother. On the subject of public expenditures, and the relative economy of tlis late and present Administrations, each of the can didates had, of course, a good deal to say. Our readers may judge of the result ia -L mm inform tlim iniemperaft:, aim w j una paruuum, rcn wu informed that he was a fAfe nd! that Mr. Henry aotually state J that the bad voted tfje Wb'g ticket So that .in present Administration had had, in the jlper oi wic puoiic uuuutugsai iMiwgiu jr-e-t, ne aiu unuw unu .iiv, lis showed ia reply .to this eharge, tliat demanded the Governor, could you favor f - V .1 - . a .t t l I L . there wa no suon otucer known 10 me law till the act of tlie last Legislature, un dff which he mad the first appointment: 4nequenlly, that there could be no pro scription from an office which had no ex istence. That moreover, the proscrib ed" map, who had had possession of the eys before rt office wi created, W Intemperate; ar,4 above all, the Governor Gov. Morehead left here this morning, nmlpr the pxeort nf a natriolin committee of the Whigs of gallant lililc Moore, who came here to accompany lum to i..aruiage, wheie he will speak to-morrow. From Ilia National l-it1ligencer. TUB TARIFF. A Ttfiff Bill for Revenue wa tester J. .ann.tvit K tlis inilHfitivahla (!ain. urearni auiiiiui9huu i.., ... - .- - fio particulqr the charge true, j .pare of 15 months, not less that fifty-one ini-itt of Ways and Meant f the Houte e stated fully bif dinposition ot tne millions!! on which to administer wr go-.;oi nrpreteniau.pa, an nw, we m., wooj appropriated by the last Lcgisla-j fernment When Gov. Morehead got' spek figuratively nf the bHtinet of ibe 4ur for ioraiture and lor repair ol the; him read his bill or particulars, oenoia, stttinn, an nw ir.m ir m tu nr.. c ii . I llo.. Y k.,rl li Ia'.l:. m.t T-A millinna n ! anh that nnna nl ihem in IV burit! Wa htv eNnred our eve osr the bill. ith a view t- f te tli isider a general ed tressed gU.f ua U tuteta ctel r fHd. , 1 Oa U artirle of Kia aay esitbea wi.ihiiiy rteei.uad.j Ua wwed a!e or bca4 !er. ' ceat pet peuad; oa elf.ka U"ic4 a JreMrd. Ate doUsr sad finy eeat ft Ue all booed bVs ia the Ejlb laefatge.taeaiy ees pee r-'Bd.&e. Oa taw ssgu, lo ad a half eeat fr -,i l)m mt, aerordief to tboir eaahtt, t.ratr ms. fifteea ft. tea etais. doa ta Bob, oa wbich a duty of Out cent Oi'ly i proposed. I Oa salt, tea eeau per bathtL After going throvgh a h! eaertioa f specifi due. a duty of tweet per ceBiasi ad valorem tipoa all reoitiuieg trucks. Aa addiuoaal dty of tea per cat oo II srtklss imported ia (oreiga stel ia estcs wbsr a pcifie ducriaiinatioa u aot atd ia tk bdU AH duties htttalwr ta b paid ia cub. The bill alto propose to repeal th prosit of th Land Disiiibnuoa Act bicb suspend, tb eperttiea of that set in tb ieat of ny duty beieg Ind by Coeircti ol a higher rtt than t-emy per esBtuat ad valorem. rrem tht fayaittviHs Obaart tr. THE LOCOFOCO CONVENTION, Tlie JeffrrseoiaMijr. - tbaagbt premtters to taska a aominatioa tot w Fresideacy at ibis time t" bat thst lb Coavcaiioa waa " aliatst antoimout ia Uvor of Mr. C.lhoun;" and tbat it it eertaiH that be is the almost enmimoij choice of ih Democrcy of oar Sute for Pfttideni. Tbi is rsnital! If w bad bad lb choosing of a candidate for there, ae could not have aslecicd on from among tbair 'prominent men, whom it a ill be more etty for the Whigs to best Cut it evr'ainly'escites our special wonder, tliat a lad knot f NulliuVrs, with Fuher at iheir head, have been able to out general ib grtatbtidy of th Lorofucot pioper, who number probably tsn to one of ibeir tuceetaful a'liet. Ii lemind oa ef tLe alliane betaeeo tb Briwns and th Sax vat, when a btndlul of the latter, after driving out the invaders of Britain, asie next kind enough totubjuga a lbs Britons tbemtelvtt. But bow pleasantly th two Ctnd'uhtet at feel io .td etch other! Mr. Cat hula, it appear., aat inviud ta at end tb Convention, wher of courts h would htve met Mr. Henry. Ltt us iotsgino tL seen at theii meeting, a ith Mr. Fi.btr a Matter of Cciemoniet. 'uArr. Mr. tMlioun, allow tne ta imroduc to your acquainttnc. Mr. lien rv, th ? Uemocialic Ktpublicin sitt Itighu' ctndidat" far Governor, who it now exceedingly anxious to tltvatt ) (her Mr. C. ia om alarm, puts his . . . a,v 1 hand to pis neck.; io tne netiotnuai Chsir. in contidsrttion if your titration to the principles of Sittt Kigbtt, f'otn moiily called Nu!lificilin.) and of ywur trtl in advocating tht Prmecii Turifl of 18J0,ths U. S. Hankof the ttme year. iis rechatttr io 1834, and a giaiid .ytlcm of Iniemkl loprevementt. tWin. Surely tbia cannot M Vie i aot Mr. Henry wh. in 1831, ahtn I wttbttiline for Suit Right agouti that old dttpot, Jackto., (who threatened, to bang ee " under the 2d tecton.") declar- d, on hie individual retpnntiDlity, tnai Nullifittuen i Treason, and he wh-i advocate, it a Tjuitor to our oVtrett rights," who drier vet to expitle bit crime upon the Gallows! Coventor house. How he had had to expend ome of hi own money to rom- Jl.le the furnishing of the house; how e had used but S1200 of the $3000 which a oomittee qf tbe Jiegislature, with ademocratio roeoiher from, this caun. y at its head, had reported as necessary o repair the house, fences, &c,; -how jad expended the enormous sum of $75 fo build an Ice-house on the lot! -(His pwn ice-house at home had cast him twine as much.) i Having disposed of these 'and other equally important charges with which he fial been availed, he passed to an exami nation f Mr, lfcnry' Letter of Accept ance, and of hia political tergiversations, at the rlote of which he rcaJ from t!ie letter a pasta; declaiming raost slren'i 4 ilv on the impropriety of tarntshinj the puhlic credit, aa I the duty of every nun to maintain tb it credit stall hazards, A,s ai fit eoinmentary on these fine sentiments j in paper t!te Gavemor slated that be eras informed, aud he gav Mr. Henry the name of his inforrnaitt that at the lose of his service iu th fat office which jt;!l. Jacko l?Uwed on him, he. Mr. Jlrnry, had h tJ the gdverntuent draft f r pita pir pr ttests lthe credit wf hi own friends aid fivoriie Administratioq tar iisheJ an 1 1 what' why that h. mir!it this make b:i draft receivable fur public thi rnnrmoui sum of 51 millions was composed, in part,"of jthe"loan of Hi .n,t it., sum nf five mill inns. UllillVIIO, "WW MIV w " - :. :. -.i:. rAmtm, uill adl ! ..f it. ph.rariar. It iirnnoiea tu lav WHICH l I' CUl'r' VMtgtV .., .- .- , - , - to the TriTI And these sum, not one duliet on gon!i tmP"fd If m abroad, on dollar nf which hat eome into the 'I tea j the chief artitlet thereof, as fllow: I W at. ttanrtr aa onm.l fin nnmaniifarturnl Hill rirtedin ferry, sre iiimrn uj - - poc'inga part of Whig expenditures for; ight cents per ptund iu valu. thirty per the last fifteen months!! The Governor! csntum ad va .rem. did not admit that this was a Whig Ad-j On the tame article of the value of eijhi ministration, but he showed the humbog j cen's or under per pound, a duly of live gery of this preposterous statement of Mr Henry . On the subject of Internal Improve ments, the Governor arraigned his com petitor. Tlie whole tendency of the Let ter nf AenpntAiica was tn throw odium on I.U-riiul Improvements, the "gambling net rent, ad valorem. On all manufactuiet of wool forty per cent, ad va!rcm. except rarpeiin;, blaii ket, and tome oilier nirli , on tthich tpretal ad valorem dxtet are propocd. Oil e ttton unnimufctured, lltree centt per pound. vataa iiui'i v wuivur. j .w g o , - 1 dubu" of the States, created for the pro- On ll twniilactur't nf cotton not olh- ::on of wild schemes of Improve-, erwi-t tpeciiied, tliirty pr criitum tu va iKiilinn nf Willi Kf-ll.me nl llDtl metit. &e. The (Jovernor showed that' lorem Mr. Henry had gone as far a the farthest, not in ince$ling hit own Money, but in rprnmmandin? the invcstmfnt of the pao- m v. ........ g m pie' money, and the creation of tlte.-e g.tro''ing tlcbts " At one timo he was for tha Stato borrowing five million, and .....it. iknii tn'lti.iii. an-l ettun frinn sv ai!ivnt-i pnift ""i - - . British bnkrrs, (of whom he n iw afcets ! p.n by r.!ini, thirty dul sic!i a horror;) then he wa in favor of j On lead, ait pig, but tine St tte takift tworfifihs of the sto:k in e nit per p uii'l. aiy works w'ut? iiidiviJ-.ial would take t'l.ei fji':h3, n-'t ia fai;r of thres fifths On all tit clea of'ilk. arrordine to their chancier. Unrty or tinny ne rrent. On uumaiiiiiartutrd liemn. lurir Ii4lait nar t in. O i iron, in bars or bolia. nft ratngfe- ttired br rollixz. eihtcn dull.rt war ton: on the tune iHe, mmlr in wbojs or in I art tier ion t hcctt, thre On em U. from tsenv-five to f inv- li e ceuit per pouu-li on j liiu, tnoul Jcd, rt ! - ., -. f il.U ettM atuctcU I- to: If d ;.;.u.tdoe, wb..Ur Great Uta.m.tha law w saytoau " Year prodaa esal be cwai. ia the way of d.tj. bat w iM irtdt uf tbU! . . i-i . r..Mr.eiile wettera aitba. TL. wrtvr. eretaat owe. the ra .ertb.at.aad tb la.iei i ta bit meich.al ia Uadoa, lioia a boa be make. In wpof wtwo. Tba d.y ol ptyateat anives, aad tb ,.! a the Larmcr. In ! aier ba cteif tarreiy ol prtduce. bt ao a.-ay. Tbia wdl aat paf tba debt, fur tb wtttra aurcaawi hi eattera liability, aad that caa !y N discbtrged ia gold aad eilver or tu r qwa lent; for the teasoa tbat the eattera aer- chaat ia required io fcispay""- Undoa.iatuchfunda. Het t lb cbam ul eonaexioa. ll.ura ii it that, wab a aeil Wmiag ith abeadtac. ib farmer it ued and v.. if the reanired rtrotent could b mad ia ih product ol th soil, at fair rate, it is obvious that ao aiincuuy oeeor. Why eaanol Uie paytaeat .h. ad.f Sintlr for tb ittsoa that our pradace will aot pay tbe Briutb debt therefor it ' of aa t tha rsttera mer chant. And it aill aot pty the Bri ub d.bt for ih tasa. that tb duty it to great epo Ameneea produet. a. to pro hibit iaem. imi. irom uwir .. If Great Briuia would admit our corn and a. heat aud Dolk. free of duty, tato ber pons, a maikel at ald tba be offered offered lor our atstera surplus, would pty our debit, satitfy th aitcbnt, and lea tb rath oa this side of th Atlantic. Hut tbia the will not do. Then bow stands th cast! Why, th loco foco doctrine is. that Great Britain shall send ber broadcloths, ber hats, ber shoes, ia short ber articles of attauf.ciar. Jttetj all July.iaia tbi ciuuuy, abil t th am. liuie, ne iau " 14 cbarg us at lb "cairsvtgaut rat meulioncd, fur the ptiviteg of iiu:iing Iter port. Ooa result of ihi i at once nbtiou. We permit Urtat Britain to flaoJ this country with her warea: our merchant buy them, and become indebted to bar for Ibeot. aud we become indebted te lb merchant. W bea pay day cornel noia me but th rath will an.wer. GtatBri tain will not irutt our Swie ba. k-the will not b.v our scrip, aor our Sitt ttorkt ti e mutt bate Gold and S.lut Thus it is that Guld and SiUer are drained from our needy peopl. 'I hie kind of ire trade leej . u. cnntiautUy in debt bind, us neck and brill to Q ieea Victoria crttttt a large foreign balance againat u. which noibmg but the metal Will dltcbarg. ...... Now, tb Whig go in for thi aorta docinn: -Tbtv contend thai America sLould sty to Gretl Briisin : " We ere independent of you. If yon will tike our Corn and Whttt upon the amtttri$ that we buy your broadcloths, well sud good We can trade ia tbat way. Uut we ran not stand thii dead ooeu and tbulgame.' We cannot permit you ta refute to pur chate whtl h to telU and at the earn time keep ut in debt for )ur cirnraodi lie, and require Gold and Silver at thtt, in dWchargs of ihe debt. This it a kind of free trad winch w ctouoi ceoipr hend." IfGrttl Britain refuet to acred to ihete term, let ber go! it our doc tin We will keep our gild and nlver amnn unelvet. If we want elotht, and tilk. JUia-s SIB OS QlSa romprites within iltclf all th oattrial for mi n't nectttttiet. We will make our own cloths. Tins will build up tutu faeioriet. Thrte manufactories will em ploy ihouMS'lt of hands. Our aesi'y laborer, will thue have bretd. And our own minufarturrs rill erea'e an abun daul tuaiktl lur the produce of our fat- man. Will th Standard say that this is false? i I.iek the imperial toe of Great Britain j If he does, we will refer him to Mr. Hen r, fouaooth! Fed her pampered belly upon j ry's admiuion ia his Fay etteville speech. 7enn. The same, my dear air But ! &c, UoJ l.at given us a euuittry wntcn v - . . a - . t . a ir -VI 11. -.! you mutt recollect that I was then but youth ol 40, and bad then never rnu lie henrfit id lhe"Jaekton talvt, which after wards, by C304 applicationi in the thorltja'-e t.f 159 dayt, effectually re moved the " Federal tralea from my eyet, and ever since I have teen very ciearly whatever 1 ni'ght wih to tee. But, my dear tir, we inuet l rjie anil forget, i nu ctnnot he lorgmten. th about the time ni v tuion became cleat mom were renrotchinir me and mv friend ! Gold and Silver, the retull of our aw eat. . . - . ,.' . I . i . -i i. i- -t - . l : i at band of roguet and royaiuli, wno( n ion, uu tne iuma up ncr iuijtn.i wtreoidv held lgether by the eubetiv. not in con-eropi oi American pruuct: power plunder?' We have to much of the old Plymouth Calhoun, (atide.) Ye, and 1 hate nl ViV for tht. Better earn fnoJ ol hon- chanjed my opinion of you jet, whatever, et independence though it be coarte. . the world may ay. j Better apon our own nomrepua ano nn Henry. And here ie my dear friend, y wm.l.ty in the honttt piide l fiee Fither, too, who jujuled me out of ihe j men, lhan to ewtgger in purple, and bo Speakership of tht Ilouts of Commons la the trurkling pohct which admits us, in J83I. There is a cohesive power" ; ov a favor, upon commercial terms wub which bindt us together, notwithstanding. .Great liiiliin! all old .cores. 4 htve forgiven Aim for This it the tf'kig doctrine. We go that unkind art. and hi has forgiven me; diotmcily for rhargii.g Gnat Ciiuin a$ for wishing to bang him by jour ti le in much at the churgt$ u$, in the wty of 1831 Ae wte said by that gretl mn duty. Tbit is what ire call air trad. Mr. Jefferson, (whom I abused in 1827.) But I.ocofocoism thinkt oil.erwur. we are all Republicans; we are all Fed-! - erali.it." My mo to if principle iij FROM 1UIODC ISLAND, tiitercet." We should keep a ateady eye j The unhappy excitement that still pre Upon boih, and always make the first' vails in Rhode Island, has induced Gov. produce ihe last. It is now my interest Km t0 issue his proclamation olfr-riii a in support you for Fretident, ta it it Mr. reward of one thousand dollars fur the hither s interett to go for me lor l.uv- apprehension of Thomas W. Dorr, pro- ernor. ami our interest .t couiie cotre-. vuled he is delivered to the proper civil spnmis wnu our principles. i authorities or the Slate within oue vear Fihe.t. entirely concur with Mr. fro! ,,c cf i,e ptoilainiitinn. ' Ho Hemy't trntiments. j j, supposed to be wiihiit the limits of the Calhoun. They are just such semi- State of Connecticut, whose Governor mentsa I would have expected Irom two (Mr. Cleveland) has hitherto tlrclinml to surh disjm krested PATRIOTS. Uui r.ever '. ca,ls3 hj, arrest jn compliance with the a .i .a - It - I - n.tno, t m lor anuung "-at wm enure - rrquijitiou made upon him by Governor Tttuntdar, June 1 0. v Dkatb of Gov. Biisota. Iivcvr,. aio mail brought at the aad tulip gt of tbe'death of lha Hon. James Barbour, one of the oobleet of tha son of Virginia; who bad filled with honor tbe -lighen trust which hi State could repose ia him. ocressivriy during many year Speaker of ber House cf Delegate, Gov. of the Sute, and ber Senator ia Congress; nd ia the General Government bad sus tained with ability th o.Tiees of Secrcta rv of War and Minister to Great "Britain; but the virtues of whose private life and character ootebone all Ih splendor with hieh popular favor or political uituue- tion eonld adorn hi aara. He died at bU residence m Orange county, Virginia, oa the 6th instant, at : noon. Had V lived till the 10th be would have been 67 year of age. He ' possessed bis mental facultiee to the last. and wu rerfectly rouse ious of his .p. proachig tSissoluiHKi. lie died very calmly, surrounded by all tl4 member ofklsfamilr. ' - Xat.httL . .. aBBaWawaawaBBBaBaaBBaw 1 ' f 63,301:31. It appears that Lout P. Henry, esq. about the time when the Federal aralet, fell from his eye, received from General Jackson a commiacion to aettla aom claim, growing out of the Spanish treaty. II was engaged in thi service in th ci ty of Washington al out 159 day., and for compensation receircd,lt is said, $5,304: , 31 about 133:39 a day. For the par. rocntof this salary, rumor .ay., he receiv ed a draft from the government, which draft (in order, we suppose, to .how hi. abhorrence of " bank mgt,") be bad pro tested for non-payment in tptciel look ing to the oddner. of the rum, a cones pondent in Uie Raleigh Register suppose that the 15000 wa. Uie amount of the sa lary, 300 the damages, and 91:31 for the protest. Thi appeared to east some censure upon Uie Democratic candidate for Governor, ia thus dishonoring the pa per of the government from which he bad received surh large favor. To do away any unfavorable .impression that might be made by this transaction, the editorof tb Standard baa introduced into his last week's paper, with a flourish about ? falsa statements, an extract of a letter front Washington, signed, by Mr. Somebody, wa are not told who, which state. M on authority of Uie Auditor charged with ac count, of thi. kind, that Louis D. Henry ba. ouly received from the government of the United Sute. Uie precise compensa tion which the latp allowed him;" there fore, add (lie correspondent, Uie account Ms false!" This ia in perfect keeping with all the article, in Uie Standard jusuitical and deceptive. It has the opptaranee of de nying ' on authority, that the bill bad been protested, or that Mr. Henry had received payment of damages npon iu but in fact it'dies no auch thing. Mr. Henry proceeded according ta taw when he protested the bill, and he received what " the law allowed' in the shape of ranirrgrs -ten or twenty per rent. and all in ipeeie loo, "or it equivalent.' New York Mirro In the pres. of other matter we have neglected to notice the reception of a May number of this neat publication. A. we have before no lioed this work, it is hardly necessary for lis now to say much. The present num ber has a beautiful steel engraving, repre senting " The Legend of the Brown Ro sary,' and several interesting articles. The Mirror contains every week a piece of Music, arranged for the piano-forte, harp, guitar, ke., and is embellished monthly with a splendid steel Engraving, as well as with wood-cut representations of the Fashions. Altogether it foims an elegant parlor journal. It is published in th city of New York at five dollars per annum, payable in advance, and edited by Gm. . 1. Morris. to my bem lit. Jxtunt Ottilia. F.om lha Indiana Journal. FREE THAU 12.' What it free ird-! I).irs it coiiit, trader, in charging m (i'e tl.illa' lor the privilgof de-.ni( riih j-imi, wh.lo you deal nh me sl free Tine, you reply, it not free Unite. Wt-ll, su:li la ilf lac mdo ul tlie torn fvtot. Kt'tuT on th? 25th of Mar last, Tim Chronicle expresses the confident opinion that a new movement has been cmteaiplaled, and that tir;m and ammu nition have henn and are n w collectins;. O.i tho other hand, tho Woonsorkct e;t(Min;m:tat has be::ii abandoned, and c m;a:iio are forming all ov-r tlie State in vo,-of t!it! crtnstitiiti.tn.nl (2 ivrtiiuncnt. Two in ire of the SjUVjjs Kprcutu tt.p? uve re Minis J. Thr Microcop. This interesting lit tle publication has come to tis ihe last two weeks coiiMderuhly enlarged and we nre glad to see that it lias not, like some of our journals, become less interesting front an enlargement. If only five years have sufficed to giro it such a considerable growth, we may hope that in five yca- mote Master Lfonidas will he alc to gtvo us a full gmwu " World." We wish him all the success which his perseverance to well merits. It is officially aiiii'i-iiuH'd that the G' -w.iur a:ul Council of Ma.a htsc'.ti !.a e